Alistair McGowan, Wendi Peters and original cast member Tameka Empson will join Madness frontman Suggs in the forthcoming tenth anniversary West End concert of Our House.

Staged at the Savoy Theatre in aid of Help for Heroes on Sunday 11 November, the concert is directed by Matthew Warchus (Ghost, Matilda), who helmed the original Olivier award-winning production of the Madness musical.

The show includes Madness hits such as "Our House", "Baggy Trousers", "My Girl", "Embarrassment", "The Sun and The Rain", "Driving In My Car", "The Wings of a Dove", "Night Boat to Cairo" and "It Must Be Love".

Alistair McGowan (Mr Pressman) is probably best known for his BAFTA-winning BBC show The Big Impression but he has also acted with the Royal Shakespeare Company and taken lead roles in West End musicals Cabaret and Little Shop of Horrors as well as West End plays Art and Pygmalion.

Tameka Empson (Billie), who was in the original West End cast of Our House, has also appeared in the film of Jonathan Harvey’s Beautiful Thing and is currently playing Kim in EastEnders.

Wendi Peters (Kath Casey) is best known for her role as Cilla Battersby Brown in Coronation Street. She was recently seen in the West End as Princess Puffa in The Mystery of Edwin Drood.

The rest of the cast are: Chris Carswell (Joe Casey), Miria Parvin (Sarah), Jack Shalloo (Lewis), Jenny Fitzpatrick (Angie), Matt Cross (Reecey), Greg Airey, Georgie Ashford, Lauren Appleby, Kara Bayer, Gabrielle Brooks, Dougie Carter, Debbie Jenkins, Paul Kemble, Lewis Krik, Kayleigh Louise-Smith, Michael Melmoe, Jenny O'Leary, Carryl Thomas and Gavin Wilkinson.

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